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We are currently working with the University of Georgia to help overhaul and re-launch their college app.
To help UGA make their app the best it could be, we started with user research.
Through interviews and surveys, we were able to discover what was really used and loved about the app and what could go.
Using this research, our designers got to work on creating a brand new look for the app that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
Our goal with the UGA app is to create a new interface with a customizable dashboard to allow the users to select the features they use most and hide the features that are not used as often.
We also are creating widgets that can be added to the homepage for the information you need most - from a specific bus route and its location to a notification about when a quiz is.
We're excited to see the final product and know our clients will be pleased with the new and improved UGA app. View our mock up here!
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We came into our NMIX Capstone class nervous, but excited to start our semester long project. Within a few weeks, we were assigned the task of redesigning the UGA app.
In order to redesign the UGA app, we worked with the UGA developers to design something that would include both functionality and beautiful design for our core audience: UGA students.
Using Photoshop, we came up with our first iteration of the design and put it in Marvel. After showing the class and discussing the design with our professors and the developers, it was time for phase two.
Phase 2 was when we really made great strides. The design became more clean and the core function of widgets became more apparent. We still designed everything in Photoshop and put it in Marvel to provide an experience of using and customizing the app without actually coding it.
In May, our hardwork will pay off when we reveal the final UGA app redesign at SLAM. SLAM is May 7. See you there!
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